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Assessment of patients with facial fractures

E Ellis, K Scott
Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America 2000, 18 (3): 411-48, vi
One of the most demanding aspects of emergency medicine is the management of patients who have suffered facial trauma. The diagnosis and initial management of patients who have sustained traumatic facial injuries are discussed. The fundamentals required to assess patients with fractures of the facial skeleton and to make appropriate referrals are provided.

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